Danville is referred to as a Town, even though its population tops 44,000. Incorporated in 1982, Danville was first settled by Native Americans in the later part of the 19th century. As a stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad line, it was established as a residential suburb in the 1940s and continued to boom through the 1970s and ‘80s. Set against the backdrop of Mount Diablo, Danville today boasts some of the area’s most exclusive country clubs and spas.
With its plentiful and verdant landscapes, it was home to a wide range of agriculture, from sheep and cattle to fruit and nut crops. Today, it boasts a thriving economy, a very high standard of living, and a great diversity of cultural attractions, including many original buildings.
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